Where Lawyers Fear to Tread

Overworked, overcaffeinated, and as cranky as a sequestered jury, Willa Jansson has a law review to get out As second in command to the brilliant Susan Green, the ideal law student and perfect editor, Willa s rank jumps up a step when Susan s head is bashed in over a brief at the law review office.Everyone at Malhousie, the small San Francisco law school, is stunned by thOverworked, overcaffeinated, and as cranky as a sequestered jury, Willa Jansson has a law review to get out As second in command to the brilliant Susan Green, the ideal law student and perfect editor, Willa s rank jumps up a step when Susan s head is bashed in over a brief at the law review office.Everyone at Malhousie, the small San Francisco law school, is stunned by the crime including professors and the staff at the review And none of them are above suspicion Willa, now in charge and none too happy about it, launches a private investigation that succeeds not only in compromising her honor, but getting her arrested, as she chases one blind lead after another and comes face to face with the banality of evil.
Where Lawyers Fear to Tread Overworked overcaffeinated and as cranky as a sequestered jury Willa Jansson has a law review to get out As second in command to the brilliant Susan Green the ideal law student and perfect editor

  • Title: Where Lawyers Fear to Tread
  • Author: Lia Matera
  • ISBN: 9780345371256
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    About the Author

    Lia Matera

    Lia Matera is a graduate of Hastings College of the Law, where she was editor in chief of the Constitutional Law Quarterly She was also a Teaching Fellow at Stanford Law School before becoming a full time writer of legal mysteries Prior Convictions and A Radical Departure were nominated for Edgar Allan Poe awards The Good Fight and Where Lawyers Fear to Tread were nominated for Anthony and Macavity Awards She has written nine novels, including the critically acclaimed Face Value Matera lives in Santa Cruz, California.

    274 Comment

    • Paul said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 09:00 AM

      PLOT OR PREMISE:Willa Jansson is the senior articles editor for a law school review when her editor-in-chief gets killed. She wants to know who did it, but doesn't figure it out before a couple more get boppedWHAT I LIKED:The law school aspect is well-done, perhaps reflective of the fact the author actually attended a law school, a nice change from some of the authors today. The story zips along at a good pace, and is enjoyable, once you get past the five-too-many characters / suspects and the o [...]

    • LJ said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 09:00 AM

      WHERE LAWYERS FEAR TO TREAD - OkayMatera, Lia - 1st in Willa Jansson seriesOverworked, overcaffeinated, and as cranky as a sequestered jury, Willa Jansson has a law review to get out. As second in command to the brilliant Susan Green, the ideal law student and perfect editor, Willa's rank jumps up a step when Susan's head is bashed in over a brief at the law review office.Everyone at Malhousie, the small San Francisco law school, is stunned by the crime - including professors and the staff at th [...]

    • Ryan Mishap said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 09:00 AM

      Thrift store purchase not panning out golden this time. Law students in the Bay Area trying to get out a law publication when the editor, Susan, is murdered. Second fiddle Willa takes over the duties and suspects her colleagues one after the other. This was only okay.

    • Todd Stockslager said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 09:00 AM

      A Willa Jansson Mystery. The first in fact. Too static, too many recaps of the clues by character dialogue. Not as good, for example, as Tim Cockey's series of mysteries.However, this is a first novel. I may give her one more chance.

    • Kristin said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 09:00 AM

      very quick read

    • Anne said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 09:00 AM

      Too boring - never read it!!

    • Susana said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 09:00 AM

      Funny. Unwilling Law Review (temporary) editor turned dective

    • Jo Ellen said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 09:00 AM

      Entertaining but not particularly memorable. Willa Jansson watches as her fellow editors on the law review slowly get bumped off. Slick with touches of humor, the book is an easy read.

    • Melissa said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 09:00 AM

      Book #73 read in 2007Interesting mystery that provides insight into law school and law review. I will definitely read more in the series.

    • Karen said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 09:00 AM

      a light read, it was OK.

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